The colouring of concrete is achieved through the use of cements, coloured sands, coloured aggregates and pigments (oxides). The basic cements used are grey, and white.

Where the desired colour cannot be achieved by using cement, aggregate and sand selection, a wider range of colour can be achieved using pigments (oxides).

Coloured precast elements can also have other finishes applied to them like etching, grit blasting, water washing, polishing and honing if requested.


Concrete is made from natural raw material, so while we take care to ensure you achieve the desired outcome, expect aggregate and colour variations and imperfections in precast.

Photos and samples are an indication only and can vary in colour, shape and texture, there is no guarantee that your precast project will look exactly like the sample that you have viewed.

Architects and builders, please be aware that minor patching/repairs may be required due to handling, transportation and installation- these are likely to be noticeable.